Voting for the lesser of evils

David Chmura

February 25, 2008

Filed under Opinion

Voters across America often put aside their own morals and views when it comes to picking a candidate because too often the candidate is simply the lesser of two evils. In many cases, voters do not even like the candidates or...

Mexican in California: A Student’s Thought on Immigration

Ester Cruz

February 25, 2008

Filed under Opinion

One million immigrants live in the United States, and at least 10,000 people have died just crossing the border since 1995. Of course there are many that still "border hop" some just for better education and others for a better...

The Word

February 25, 2008

New Mesa column needs your help!

Nicole DeJesus

February 11, 2008

Filed under Opinion

Our campus column: Sex and San Diego? Dear Nicole? What the F**K? I'd like to know what my fellow Mesa colleagues would you like to hear about in each issue of our paper this semester. We are giving everyone the chance to be...

Polarized Democrats mucking up elections

Christopher Bengtsson

February 11, 2008

Filed under Opinion

The verbal fisticuffs in the media between Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton might be polarizing the Democratic party a bit too much. Has the school ground bullying gone so far that supporters of the losing candidate...

The Word

February 11, 2008

Letters to the Editors

December 12, 2007

Filed under Opinion

I'm writing this letter on behalf of the Mesa Press web site , and its ease of accessibility. As a working, full-time college student, I find it extremely difficult to set aside enough time to actually sit down and read the latest...

Corrections

December 12, 2007

Filed under Opinion

In the Nov 13 issue the article titled "Men's hoops back to work after fires" it was indicated that several team players had signed professional contacts. Dario Ramirez was the only team player that signed professionally to play...

Celeb endorsements good for votes, bad for democracy

Maria Myotte, Rocky Mountain Collegian (Colorado State University)

December 12, 2007

Filed under Opinion

Anchors and media professionals are barking over what will come of Oprah Winfrey's recent endorsement of presidential candidate Barack Obama. This is Oprah's first time endorsement of a potential presidential candidate. Other...

Local Celebrity Sightings

November 12, 2007

When a tiny skirt equals fame

Staff Editorial

October 15, 2007

Filed under Opinion

What happens when an incident involving a Hooters waitress, a revealing skirt and a plane ride to Arizona for a mysterious doctor's appointment comes to the public's attention? The answer is one very famous 23-year-old. Mesa...

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